- v. Have a desire for something, or to do something.
- v. have an inclination for something or some activity
“To hold a kukri in your hand was a kind of bliss if you were a Patagonian, how the blade-heavy weight makes the instrument feel like a spirited horse that can barely be held back—this is a knife that was forged to cut and eager to lead you toward the act of cutting, blade first, toward the very destiny of cutting.”
“I was beginning to feel like I was talking with a character Alice might have met in Wonder-land or through the looking glass—the Red Queen, maybe?”
“I had a brilliant and artistic Duckie-like best friend gay too who made me feel like a rarified creature of note.”
“Yet, when it comes to communication between the sexes, why does it feel like were still at the Me Tarzan, you Jane stage?”
“I wondered what it would feel like to be hit, stabbed, strangled, or just generally killed at the hands of Roger Bortch.”
“Its justI came down here to hang out with my friends, and I feel like Im neglecting them.”
“I feel like I'll just dry up and blow away if I don't get something; get tobesomething;somebody!”
“In fact, sometimes I feel like both Tevya (with his financial hardships) and Linda (with her physical ones).”
“I feel like the incredible shrinking man with a horrible caffeine-withdrawal headache on the way to the drug test.”
“Max Arnow and several Warner Brothers press agents sat around a table staring at me, making me feel like a mannequin who was supposed to be seen but not heard.”
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